Jones Snowboards Apollo Black 2019 Black

Jones Snowboards
Article number: 010149910116
Availability: In stock

The ultimate freeride binding

Ideal for technical freeriding and high speed carving

The new Apollo binding is designed for the expert freerider who demands unmatched edge control, response and comfort. What sets the Apollo apart is the Jones exclusive Carbon Flax Highback that blends the ECO performance or Flax with the lightweight, torsional stiffness of Carbon. Matching the premium high-back with NOW Skate Tech technology is a bond that will respond to your every muscle twitch with lightning fast accuracy. The Apollo can be set up in Surf mode or Freeride mode by switching bushings and swapping the Flip-It ankle straps. Surf mode offers maximum tweak-ability, Freeride mode offers maximum response.


Composite Flax / 3K Carbon fiber highback
3-D Toe straps EVA combo
Tool-less adjuster straps
Nylon, recycled carbon post
Buckles 2.0
Hanger 2.0 Nylon reinforced with 30% fiberglass
Highcup compatibility
Flushcup technology
4x4 and EST disc included / 50% GF nylon
Weight: 897 grams

NOW Skate Tech

The components of the NOW Skate Tech design mimic the function of a skateboard truck. The "Hanger" acts as a liver that transfers energy from the straps to the "Bushings" and onto the board edges. The "Kingpin" acts as the fulcrum for the "Pendant" and magnifies the energy transfer through leverage. Traditional bindings lose energy when the baseplate flexes and bends unevenly. The energy loss forces you to crank your straps tighter and ride with more forward lean to gain the same control. Uneven pressure and tight straps lead to more foot fatigue and pain. By evenly pivoting over the "Post", the middle of your board flexes more uniformly and your energy inputs are focused directly on your edge. Your feet stay relaxed and more comfortable because of the transfer of power to the board with less work.




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